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Davide Fornari, after studying architecture at IUAV in Venice and ETSA in Barcelona, earned a Ph.D. in Design sciences from the School of Doctorate Studies – University Iuav of Venice. He is a tenured teacher researcher at the Laboratory of visual culture, SUPSI University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland, in Lugano. He coordinates the Master of Advanced Studies in Interaction Design and teaches Interaction design and History of graphic design and typography at the BA in Visual Communication. His Ph.D. thesis “Il volto come interfaccia” (“Face as Interface”, Milan 2012) was awarded a grant for publication from the Swiss National Science Foundation.
He has contributed with texts and designs to exhibitions in Venice, Barcelona, Genova, Locarno, Geneva and Milan. He is a contributor of Domus, Alias, Ottagono, Progetto Grafico, and has published essays for Sellerio, Einaudi, et al./edizioni and Treccani among others.